After large portions of CU Boulder shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic, you could practically hear a pin drop on campus. But in the aerospace building, an array of space-critical research projects continued.
Anthropology graduate students are exploring how we feel in a pandemic, creating a historical archive to document their feelings and categorize themes they see emerging during the coronavirus pandemic.
Students and alumni have helped spread awareness about how to maintain a safe environment; raised funds to help support students, staff and faculty; and led efforts to donate and 3D-print personal protective equipment.
Liaisons serve as the primary contact for communicating with other graduate students in their representative areas. The liaisons share information about Graduate School events and initiatives, as well as gather ideas from peers about services that would be helpful.
For the first time at CU Boulder, a service dog is enabling a wounded military veteran to pursue his dream of hands-on research in neuroscience, paving the way for greater accessibility in laboratory research.
To understand how to keep rangeland ecosystems working in the face of climate uncertainty, graduate student Julie Larson is studying how grassland vegetation responds to rainfall and grazing manipulations.